RX10 IV owners, firmware version 2.0 is officially available

Howdy, folks! I’ve just got a quick note for you this morning. If you’ve got a Sony RX10 IV (DSC-RX10M4), you’d best boogie over to Sony’s website and download the latest firmware update—a full digital increment from the originally-installed 1.0 to version 2.0. You’ll see general stability improvements as well as major improvements to AF performance. Specifically:

Benefits and Improvements

  • Adds real-time Eye AF for animals (Photo mode only)
  • Enables the possibility to operate the real-time EYE AF by half-pressing the shutter button
  • Improves the overall stability of the camera

It is not possible to detect simultaneously human and animal eyes. Eye detection may not be possible depending on the environment, animal type or the movement of the animal.

Even if you’re happy with the way your super-zooming, 24 fps-shooting monster is working, it’s always highly recommended to keep your camera’s firmware up to date for maximum accessory compatibility and stability. If you need any assistance with the process of updating your camera’s firmware to version 2.0, we are always happy to help. Give us a call or stop by your local Mike’s Camera location! And don’t forget to check out our Latest Firmware page regularly to make sure you’re up to date.

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